Crypto data provider Amberdata gets backing from several venture capital firms

The new investment aims to fuel Amberdata's growth

Amberdata, a blockchain and crypto-asset data company, announced today it has raised funding from several venture capital firms, including Fenbushi Capital, DF Capital, Rising Tide Fund, and HWVP.

Founded in 2017, Amberdata’s platform and APIs provide on-chain data, analytics, smart contract, and token activities, as well as market data across the top crypto exchanges.

Its customer base expands across custody providers, institutional crypto trading firms, asset managers, research and analytics companies.

“Blockchain enables open financial systems that radically decentralize value transfer and exchange. Amberdata’s data platform and API is the only offering that provides a comprehensive view of crypto-economics data.”
– Jun Hasegawa, founding partner of DF Capital

Jun, group CEO and founder of Omise Holdings since 2013, has invested in many blockchain pioneers, including Ethereum, Kyber Network, and Quantstamp.

“As an emerging asset class, cryptocurrencies are increasingly gaining interest from traditional financial institutions, who demand higher quality institutional-grade data. We share Amberdata’s vision and have been impressed with the team’s ability to execute. They are building the core data infrastructure that will underlay the next wave of open financial services and decentralized applications.”
– Remington Ong, Partner at Fenbushi Capital

With its experienced partners and powerful resources in both traditional finance and blockchain industry, Fenbushi Capital has invested in over 60 high-quality blockchain projects worldwide, aiming to bring more transparency, efficiency, and robustness into the global economy.

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